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Palestinian refugees flee Syria for Lebanon

More than 40,000 Palestinians have left their homes near Damascus and are now refugees for a second time.

Last Modified: 19 Apr 2013 03:59
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More than 40,000 Palestinian refugees who were in Syria have fled to Lebanon to once again escape violence.

They have left their adopted homes near Damascus, and are now refugees for a second time.

At one camp in southern Lebanon, even the basics for survival are in short supply.

Al Jazeera's Rula Amin reports Ain al-Hilweh, Lebanon.


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